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Step Out of the Office & Onto the Pitch

The Portland Timbers Community Cup brings Pacific Northwest businesses together for soccer and networking, all while raising money to benefit the Portland Timbers Stand Together Community Fund (PTCF). The annual event gives your employees a taste of the professional soccer life. You’ll play qualifiers at THPRD – Howard M. Terpenning Complex (June 21-23), and earn your way to the championship match at Providence Park (June 29).

Howard M. Terpenning Complex

Timbers Community Cup 2019 – Qualifying Tournament

Howard M. Terpenning Complex
Beaverton, OR
June 21-23, 2019

Providence Park

Timbers Community Cup 2019 – Championship Match Day

Providence Park
Portland, OR
June 29, 2019

Get Your Game On!

Step 1: Subscribe to learn more.

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Step 2: Choose your competition.

You choose from three brackets – men’s competitive, men’s recreational or co-ed. Either choice guarantees you 3 matches on June 21-23 and a chance to play at Providence Park on June 29.

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Step 3: Register your corporate team.

Registration opens on May 1 and closes on June 7 – so you have some time to get your team together. The tournament entry fee is $3250/team (10% discount for entering multiple teams). Proceeds benefit the Portland Timbers Community Fund.

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Stand Together - Portland Timbers Community Fund

Sure, it's cool to meet new friends, compete against rival businesses and potentially hoist the prestigious Portland Timbers Community Cup, but the best part is that you're contributing to the Portland Timbers Stand Together Community Fund (PTCF). Stand Together represents the relationship between the Portland Timbers and our fans and signifies the strong commitment we have to supporting and standing by our community both on and off the field. We focus on youth activity, education, the environment and an additional focus on girls for Portland Thorns FC.